Barcelona, Spain (PRWEB) October 16, 2014
The SeaWave, which was Radiantis’ star performer at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO:2014) in San Jose, has been described by one end user as, “an impressively compact and rugged IR spectrometer” and was said by another to “deliver both speed and convenience in the measurement of spectra across the 900 – 1700 nm range, without compromising on performance and reliability.”
The arrival of the SeaWave seems to have caused more than a few ripples of interest, particularly from representatives of the scientific, industrial, medical and food sectors who have commented not only on its unique compactness, but also on its compatibility with CW, pulsed and ultrafast laser systems.
The SeaWave IR was designed for maximum compactness, demonstrating the smallest foot-print for its kind in the market today and can be configured with other input and grating options for specific wavelength ranges and applications.
Full spectral calibration of the spectrometer is performed prior to delivery and the device includes a highly sensitive InGaAs linear image sensor and high performance 16-bit DAC capable of high speed acquisition. Data is passed to a PC via a USB 2.0 Hi-speed connection, which also acts as a stand-alone power source.
A user-friendly software package and software drivers are included with the system. The drivers using a simple but effective software architecture for maximum ease of use and speed of integration into OEM applications.
From an engineering perspective, it boasts not only the smallest footprint in the market for its class, but no moving parts. Which is a good thing when it comes to its reliability for use in OEM and scientific applications.
The SeaWave IR is an ideal tool for many applications in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical and food industries where a compact and reliable spectrometer with good resolution is required. It can also be used for laser characterisation purposes in the scientific sector.
All in all, a practical spectrometer which can be used in a broad range of applications in both OEM and scientific applications that can also be customised to meet the needs of specific applications, with higher resolution values across shorter detection ranges.
Radiantis was established in 2005, its main goal being to enrich the laser market with state-of-the-art, robust and easy-to-use nonlinear systems to expand the wavelength tunability of available lasers. The Company also provides laser diagnosis equipment for the industrial and scientific market. Today, the company has made sizeable strides towards that goal and is well integrated in the academic and research community. The genuine popularity of its products, has allowed Radiantis to assist a broad worldwide network of satisfied customers across the US, Europe and Asia.
Anyone interested in learning more about the SeaWave and other Radiantis products, can visit http://www.Radiantis.com.